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been the brightest point in an already bright 26 years. that's in my book "jack kennedy elusive hero" out in paperback. get a copy this weekend. the holidays are a great time to read this type of heroic story. thanks for being with us. have a great holiday weekend. >>> good friday afternoon. i'm craig melvinx
until the night he was murdered. >> there was evidence of a violent struggle between jack and his killer. sequin was keeping secrets and the police thought they knew who. they thought they knew the motive too. but -- >> the matter of proving it is a different story. >> until someone found the perfect bait. >> you need to call me asap. >> could they set the perfect trap. >> these people might literally get away with murder. >> keith morrison with deadly conspiracy. thanks for joining us. i'm lester holt. when someone is murdered and the killer is still free, families never give up hope, and a good detective never gives up looking. this murder case was tougher than most. the trail was as cold as it gets and the killer left behind no physical evidence. it was the kind of evidence no detective likes but one detective lived for. here's keith morrison. >> the game is called mousetrap. the little ball on its track, the tiny mice which unless every lever works in unison will not be caught, and how often things go wrong to allow the mice to get away. so awed that what really happened could so eer
, and 1998. >> what were the chances of that? here years later was the planner for 1998, the year jack jessee was murdered. >> a treasure we didn't expect to find, but what that day planner did was connected all the people back in 1998 that were associated with brett schrauben. >> what'd you think? >> this is too good to be true. i thought good things were going to happen. somebody's back on our side again. >> and with this evidence, dove was able to get a judge to approve a wiretap on schrauben's phone. then as he waited for it to go into effect, he kept going through the trash. maybe he'd find something more. and, indeed, he did. and it turned the case upside down. he found rental listings in arizona. brett schrauben was moving out of the state, would be gone before the wiretap ruling took effect. and in arizona, california warrant was worthless. >> this completely took all that work and we're talking probably six months of work and just threw it out the window. >> the killers had slipped the trap. game over. >>> when we come back, detectives build a new and better mouse trap. and guess who
? i know that!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (key turns in lock) >> jack: uh, scotch, neat. >> phyllis: oh, lord, please. please, jack, don't do it. please don't do it. >> ronan: don't do what? >> phyllis: huh? oh, hey, hey. >> ronan: hi. what don't you want jack to do? >> phyllis: um, i don't want him to hire adam at newman. >> ronan: why would you care about that, un-- unless that's where you're going to be working. >> phyllis: yeah, i didn't want to tell anybody until it was for sure. >> ronan: obviously. >> phyllis: yeah. >> ronan: of all the places in the world that you could have picked to get a-- >> phyllis: do you--do you-- do you want to get a table? >> adam: you won't find a better man for the job. thank you. with me by your side, nicholas does not stand a chance of regaining control of newman. >> jack: oh, i guess you're out of the loop. your brother apparently has no interest in helping the old man get the company back. >> adam: that makes sense. never thought he had a head for the business. certainly didn't have his heart into it. he's nothing like-- >> jack: victor? >> adam: i was
this. what the hell's that? my studio's turned into a jungle. whoa! jack, am i going to die here? oh, my god, what's this? tonight, the one and only jack hanna and a few of his closest friends. >> he defecates on his legs to keep them cool. >> you know what, jack, too much information. >> if he bites you, it won't hurt bad. >> you know what? >> you won't believe this. this is the only one in the world to carry leprosy. >> now you tell me. never quite know what will happen next when jack hanna's in the house. he's got my notes. >> i'm sorry. that your notes? >> this is a very dangerous edition of "piers morgan tonight." good evening. welcome to a special "piers morgan tonight." as you can see, the studio looks a little different tonight. trust me, so will my guests that will be here over the course of the hour. we're talking cheetahs, foxes, owls, komodo dragons. i'm here with jack hanna, where anything can happen. jack hanna is director of the columbus zoo and aquarium and also the host of the emmy award winning jack hanna's into the wild and a new show called wild countdown. his tig
to see you. hey, rebecca, you get more lovely every day. look at you! thanks, jack. hey, but sandy, she's the love of my life. jack... hey, i'm thirsty. i'm getting a drink. you want anything? no, maybe later. thanks. jack's in a good mood! no, not really. he's had too many beers. he lost his job yesterday. oh, no... i got it! sandy: she is so cute. i want to have a little girl like that some day. last time i checked, you need a man for that, the right man... i know. someone who will be a good father. it's hard to imagine jack as a dad. he gets so crazy sometimes. ( players cheering and laughing ) it's stupid! knock it off! hey, just play your game-- stupid game! babe, i'm leaving. we just got here. so? i haven't even said hello to sal. i'm leaving. if you want to stay, you can stay. i'm leaving, o.k.? is that o.k.? excuse me, rebecca. tell sal something came up. what was it? the volleyball game? no, just tell him the truth: jack's upset because he lost his job. what's with him? did he lose his temper again? yeah. and he lost his job, too. poor sandy. narrator: now let's review and disc
harwood will join us with more. and then we'll focus on pot ticks with jack welch. romney campaign adviser senator rob portman and roger altman. so obviously a full lineup to get through all of this. andrew and joe, back over to you. >> let's check on the markets this morning. futures are indicated lower. as i've been pointing out for a while, there is a labor day indicator that jim stack and others have pointed to. and 25 out of 28 times, if the dow jones industrial average was below where it was the friday before labor day, the incumbent loses. and that number 13, 091 and the dow closed at 13,093. so two points above. >> do you think it was sandy? >> i don't know what it was. turned around and it was down 140 points. which both sides were arguing, you know, one said it went up, but the rate came down. this time it was a stronger jobs number, but the rate went up. >> better than expected jobs report. >> but the month before was the worse than expected jobs report that they called better because of the -- >> can i comment on the tie? >> how does it look? >> looks good. >> but it's too thic
bit about the other jurisdictions that you spoke with? >> you know what we're going to have in jack's report -- he's going to talk about how we chose the other jurisdictions. >> great. >> and jack and i interviewed them together and some of the other jurors joined in on the interviews but our selection was based on the controller's report that compared systems and we selected the list from the controller and contacted those systems. we were also told that all of the systems in europe use switchbacks as a tool, so we took advantage of a vacation to contact three systems in paris, and speak to representative who knew about those three systems. we then confirmd that interview in a phone call with some emails. >> great. >> so let's have jack come up because he can talk to you about the story of our interviews, why we conducted them and some of the information we got from those interviews. >> thank you. and as sharon mentioned when we do our interviews we have two people present and make records of them, so in doing so to continue we spent ten months of our subsequent investigations in
we want to work on, and working phone jack along with affordable telephone service. working phone jacks are required by state law; a residential hotel, tourist hotel is required to have that. pretend that i did not say that. in sros, every room is required have a working phone jack. people are dealing with a lot of isolation. i mentioned people with disabilities who may be in the room where it is hard to get out. the staircase to be rickety. the elevator may be broken. there's a myriad of problems where people can be stranded in the room. phone jacks are one way that people can connect with the outside world. even if they're not physically stranded, to be able to call a friend, to connect with the neighbors, to set up a doctors appointment, critical for seniors and people with disabilities. for everyone to have a working phone jack. they are not being enforced. there issues with the department of building enforcement. we have recently introduced into the board of supervisors legislation that requires working phone jacks and grab bars in sros. supervisor marr introduce
of cracker jacks, baked with caffeine. they're calling it cracker jacked. the high energy popcorn will only be marketed to adults. we want to know what you this. head to our website, abc2news.com/facebook and soundoff. is frito-lay taking the caffeine craze too far. >>> more than 18,000 people are out of work right now. >> and a snack staple is no more. hostess, the make are of treats like twinkies, ding dongs is leck question dating. that means the loss of 18,500 jobs. employees were sent home today and their operations have stopped. >>> products on the store shelves and in the outlet stores will be sold until they run out. that have folks buying up twinkies in bulk and selling them on e bay. we fond some on e bay and amazon. until this move, a box of hostess twinkies only cost $3.35. >>> hitting puberty is a frightening time for parents and children. >> why girls who mature earlier may be at risk for health conditions. >> former cia director david petraeus heads to capitol hill to talk about what happened in libya. >> it's beautiful here. we'll talk a lot more about it. >>> in tonight's h
in the area have a phone jack in the rooms. arthur's room didn't have a phone jack. typically what we do is write a letter requesting that a phone jack be installed with ample time. this was in june. arthur doesn't have a phone jack in his room so he doesn't have a right to contact a doctor. he can't call 911 if he has a crisis. and with numerous visits -- i think i've been there three or four times, i've twice been denied access to the building and twice the manager told me that, yes, at&t is on the way and they'll be here today or tomorrow. so, constantly staving off this, not seeing it as a necessity,v not seeing it as a person's right to have a phone jack. i'm here to say whatever your power is in making sure this place is habitable, these people need their habitability rights taken care of. thanks. >> thank you. * >>> good morning. my name is spayctionv. -- [speaker not understood]. i'm a tenant at the war field hotel. even though we have the bathrooms, we don't have one -- we only got one tub. it is filthy. bed bugs still. we have a lot of roaches. our privacy is denied, you know.
, 17-year-old jack chabolla has been to a lot of sporting events. and that's where he noticed something. >> i saw that there were empty seats. but they were saying that the whole stadium was sold out. >> reporter: and just like that, it hit him. why not resell those unused tickets to raise money for charity? >> i knew that companies or just people with season tickets buy up these seats and they just don't go to them sometimes. >> reporter: so last year, jack, a senior at monte vista high in danville, began his own nonprofit, tickets to college, supporting kids who share his dream of higher education but who don't get the same opportunities as he and his classmates get. 100% of his proceeds go to the college's "real" program at richmond high school. >> "college is real" mentors the richmond high school students. it's hard for them to even go through high school day to day with the struggles they have. and that just really touched me. >> we provide resources, motivation, guidance counseling, tutoring to high school kids at richmond high, mostly latino, and all low income, to try to get th
with a plan. >>> it is now 4:38. ahead on "news 4 today," not your daddy's cracker jack. how a box of snacks could give you an energy boost. >>> before you grab your morning cup of coffee, check out the newest way to get your dose of caffei caffeine. caffeinated cracker jacks. they're called cracker jacked, get it? according to the company, the power bites pack the same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee. some food activist groups say the snack violate regulations. it's not clear when the cracker jacked products hit the store she shelves. when our producer first told me about it, i thought it was a bad joke, cracker jacked? and lo and behold, it's here. >> if you don't drink coffee, here's where you're going to go. >> you're going to have popcorn and peanuts and candy first thing in the morning? >> yes. >> who many ai kidding? i eat chocolate all day. >> let's get the forecast. >> good morning. >>> might have a few scattered sprinkles through 6:00, 7:00, 8:00. highs reaching mid-50s by midafternoon. going out tonight? here's your friday evening planner, should be clear and chilly in the 4
's fault. >> connie: i need to know who okayed this without my say. >> mrs. jacks gave the okay. >> connie: mrs. jacks? i see. well, i need to talk to her right now, so why don't you go get her for me? where the hell is she? >> carly: um, that was, um -- >> todd: yeah. >> i'm not sure of mrs. jacks' whereabouts at the moment. >> connie: why not? >> johnny: let's just go eat somewhere else, please. >> connie: no. you're gonna tell me right now or i'm gonna demote you to busboy. >> mrs. jacks hired me. only mrs. jacks can -- demote me. however, if you wish to discuss it with her personally, i believe she's in mr. manning's suite. >> johnny: oh, wait a minute. carly's where? >> [ clears throat ] >> alexis: you don't like your burger? >> sonny: yeah. >> alexis: i know you wanted things to go differently today. >> sonny: kate was supposed to be committed to shadybrook, on her way to recovery. >> alexis: i'm sorry things didn't go your way in court. >> starr: [ sighs ] trey? okay. thank god. [ sighs ] >> michael: i really want to be with you -- if that's what you want. >>> hello, everybody, i'm
twitter. how jack dorsey has changed the way we communicate. now he's looking at how you use money as we take a break, take a look at how the stock market ended the week. back in a moment. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new
) brought to you by metlife. stay tuned for the answer. (vo) brought to you by metlife. jack you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ [ male announcer ] use any citi® card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts. more events. more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with a citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> announcer: broadcasting across the nation on your >> announcer: broadcasting across the nation on your radio and on current tv, this is the "bill press show." >> bill: okay. enough hurricane. enough! that's it! president obama back on the campaign trail today. this is the homestretch folks! good morning, good morning. freight to see you today. -- great to see you today. welcome to the "full court press." what about i
. hey buddy, i bet mom would love this, huh? jack? jaaack? jaaack?! jack?! looks good ladies! jack! come on, stop the car. jack! no, no, no, no, no! the only thing more surprising than finding the perfect gifts.. niice. ...is where you find them. how did you know? i had a little help. this is how to gift. this is sears. despite all of the frustrats of washington. i've never bn more hopeful about our futu" there were cheers in chicagd tears in boston. like so many of you butt wih we have given our all to ths campaign. but the president crossed te electoral college thresholdn he picked up the state of o. and here in california.. the governor sticks his neck ou, begging voters to raise tax, >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in d.c., a snowy mix. in st. louis, sunny and 50. denver, sunny and 73. and seattle, showers and 51. >>> here is your election night recap. barack obama has won a second term as president of the united states. the president defeated mitt romney in at least seven of nine key battleground states to rack up a decisive win in the electoral c
that hard, and the founders who are still alive today dr. joseph marshall jr. and jack -- you probably don't have time to accept awards because you're still doing the work. it gives me great pleasure to accept this on behalf of theyñ?ñ? omega boys club, 25 years after lching to that -- listening to that accomplishments and everything we've done i just reflected upon being a part of so many of those amazing experiences and just being wild, sitting there listening. i know she mentioned thailand, south africa and i just reflected on a trip i took with dr. marshall outside of the country to switzerland. we were in swirts land for two weeks i believe and just leaving the united states of america and see the world it held me to reflect on that night at the omega boys club, ndz night of course when the omega boys club told me you stick with us, we will help you see the world. i didn't know they meant that literally. i just thought they meant like giving me good talk to stay in the club. i wanted to take x?rknvrt time als
. and jack -- you probably don't have time to accept awards because you're still doing the work. it gives me great pleasure to accept this on behalf of theyñ?? omega boys club, 25 years after lching to that -- listening to that accomplishments and everything we've done i just reflected upon being a part of so many of those amazing experiences, and just being wild, sitting there listening. i know she mentioned thailand, south africa, and i just reflected on a trip i took with dr. marshall outside of the country to switzerland. we were in swirts land for two weeks i believe and just leaving the united states of america and see the world it held me to reflect on that night at the omega boys club, ndz night of course when the omega boys club told me you stick with us, we will help you see the world. i didn't know they meant that literally. i just thought they meant like giving me good talk to stay in the club. i wanted to take x?rknvrt timeo founders, dr. joseph marshall jr., and jack, those shape the form of the person i am today. keeping young people alive and free, and thank you awardñañ?
. >> reporter: 7-year-old jack was out of breath and overweight. the super sized spaniel was so big he could barely move when mack and rose welsh adopted him. >> he couldn't close his legs at all. they were that wide apart. >> reporter: so they signed up their dog who they nicknamed jumbo jack for britain's fitness club. with more than 1/3 of dogs obese or overweight in england the group is helping pets transform their bodies as part of a six month fitness program. doctors say just like people obese pets are more likely to have heart problems are diabetes and other complications. veterinarian elaine penderberry says you should be able to feel the animal's ribs through their skin. >> the ideal shape is to have the waist coming up like this. you have that svelte appearance there. >> reporter: she says one of the biggest mistakes people make is overfeeding their pets. >> it's ideal if you're a couch potato. you have one biscuit for me, one for the dog. when you think about it, the calorie requirement for a dog is much less than ours. >> reporter: one treat alone can give a dog or cat 1/4 of
buddy, i bet mom would love this, huh? jack? jaaack? jaaack?! jack?! looks good ladies! jack! come on, stop the car. jack! no, no, no, no, no! the only thing more surprising than finding the perfect gifts.. niice. ...is where you find them. how did you know? i had a little help. this is how to gift. this is sears. beautiful day today... good weather for election day? >> cloudy, a few passing showers possible for election day. the cool snap will break midweek. we may reach 70 degrees next saturday. time lapse camera... a few classroouds... the high temperature for today was 48 degrees. temperatures across the area... tonight... temperatures will drop into the low 30's. not much wind to speak of this evening. the air is quiet. radar... action out to the west rain occurring. in central minnesota they havea snohad snow. we may get some passing showers from this. we will watch very closely. tonight clear skies early. low temp 32. tomorrow... afternoon cloudiness high of 53 degrees. tuesday... possible afternoon showers... high temp 51 degrees. the temperatures shoot up on thursday... f
jack" by ac/dc begins playing) (engine roaring) ♪ the steam is a-burning mom, come on! you have to be up for this. kyle, i'm fine. just drive. ♪ look out for jack, he's on his way ♪ look, at least drink the coffee i bought you. i don't needt. look, you're never going to make it through an interview like this. just get me there. drive faster. ♪ big jack, big jack ♪ he's always at your back... (siren wailing) gosh darn it. (siren wailing, horn honking) i told him to be more careful. he was supposed to wake me up this morning for my job interview, and he overslept. julia, it is not his responsibility to get you there. oh, so now i get a lecture from you on parenting? hangn a second. m doin best. no. what i am saying is, endangered more than one life. what do you want from me? i want you to be more careful with him. i'm a good mother. i'll take care of him. i'm going to help you, okay? kyle: dad, what are we doing here? your driving could have gotten somebody killed this morning, kyle. i know. i'm not sure you do. actions have consequences, son. her name is stephanie vasquez
after the storm, and we have former general electric ceo jack welch on the economic storm he sees brewing and congressman charlie rangel on the government's stormy response to sandy. and how it reverberates, first the latest for you on what is going on. forget the dollars, the sandy thing is turning dire, very dire. over 100 dead and the count expected to go higher as rescue workers reach the flooded homes and, mayor bloomberg predicting more bodies will be found and president obama holding a conference call with the governors of new york, new jersey and connecticut. and, that '70s show in the garden state all over again. new jersey governor chris christie ordering odd-even gas rationing, to help ease incredibly long lines at the pump and license plates ending in odd numbers fill up on odd days and even numbers on even days, the changes go into effect less than two hours from now in 12 new jersey counties. and, governor mitt romney wrapping up an event in battle ground state of new jersey, louisiana governor bobby jindal traveling with him, and we'll talk to the governor in a few
vote. but again, just the tone of it. jack welch talking about a jobless report, unbelievable jobs numbers, these chicago guys will do anything. can't debate so change numbers. back in october. tone, ten or and message, really polarizing on twitter. >> you feel that polarization, which maybe always may have been there, lik jack welch said to somebody standing next to them or spouse or friends now popping up on twitter. we did a post on election night of people demanding obama's assassination, which maybe somebody might say it in a bar, and now you say it, the secret service may offer you a visit. >> the learning curve or what is it they think will happen? there's a lack of filter and it extends to politics too. here's an exchange, eric for romney, tweeting david axelrod. he says, david axelrod says romney living in hash tag madman time warp, he writes back, no, when russia was our greatest foe and etch a sketch was a toy not a political strategy. this is political warfare on twitter. >> i love that. it's fun to see that play out in public in a way where we're seeing the same thing
silver and the univac, later this sunday morning. >> osgood: comic actor jack black is not on the ballot this coming tuesday, but in hollywood there's already talk that his most recent role just may put him in the running for the industry's highest honor. this morning, lee cowan will vis jack black. >> reporter: this is the jack black we're used to seeing. not this jack black. >> it was a risk. i didn't know how people would feel about me as a murderer, you know. usually i'm playing a soft and cuddly. >> reporter: jack black rocks a totally different and some say potentially oscar-worthy role later on sunday morning. >> osgood: the coming attraction at one world famous theater is aimd at an audience far beyond its walls and headed for a theater near you. anthony mason take us back stage. >> reporter: when he came up with the idea of broadcasting the metropolitan opera live to movie theaters around the world, peter gelb wanted to cover opera like an olympic event. what were you thinking? >> i was thinking that opera needs a shot in the arm. >> reporter: it's working. nearly three million
? jack ablin is the chief investment office at b.m.o. harris private bank. he joins us from chicago. how about it here, jack? what is the strategy over the next six weeks as these negotiation continue? >> you know, it's a pretty emotional strategy, tom, just because i think the downdraft, the 5% slide that we've endured since the election is, i would say, arguably pretty emotional. it's one of these tngs if ou want to speculate and think the news will turn out fine, go ahead. that would be my inclination. i think that lawmakers get it. they need to be able to come up with some kind of compromise, even if it's a temporary one by year end. >> tom: in the meantime, look for some volatility. >> you're looking to put some money to work overseas with your vanguard emerging markets e.t.f. picks, v.w.o. is this-- it seems to be a pretty risky bet considering whether or not the u.s. can avoid the fiscal cliff, could have an impact overseas. >> it certainly could, tom, but i think it's actually what we've been doing incrementally is moving money away from the u.s. and into the emerging markets fo
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